All the educational institutions across the nation were shut down. Now, as it is observed that COVID-19 cases are under control, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has decided that educational institutions must resume their physical classes.
Earlier vaccination and ration distribution centers were set up in schools. So, Delhi CM has said that these services will be continued even after the school reopens for students. He said that from September 1 all the coaching centers, universities, and schools for classes 9 to 12 will resume their physical classes.
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DELHI CM RESUMES SCHOOLS FOR CLASS 9 TO 12
Delhi CM said that schools are filled with classrooms and there are no issues with the spacing as well. So, regular classes along with ration and vaccination centers would still be in operation. Students from class 9 to 10th will come to school to attend their physical classes.
DELHI CM CONTINUES THE OPERATION OF VACCINE CENTRES
So, there would be no problem in allocating students according to the classrooms. Moreover, the section for the vaccination center and regular classes would be separate. Earlier parents were reluctant when any decision regarding reopening of schools was taken. But now, they also want their children to study in classroom mode.
WHAT IF THE THIRD WAVE ARISES?
Talking about the 3rd wave of coronavirus, Delhi is under control now. So, the regulators can resume physical classes for the students. After listening to the decision of Delhi CM the deputy chief minister of the national capital said that students would get a choice between physical classes and online classes.
DELHI CM GRANTS A CHOICE TO THE STUDENTS
They would be given a chance to choose if they want to continue their online classes or come to school to attend physical classes. Arvind Kejriwal said that if the third wave arises, they will shut down the school again.
Till then, many schools are in favor of this decision. However, two groups are made where one group is in favor of the decision. On the other hand, the other group is still against resuming physical classes.